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Introduction to the WELL Building Standard

GBCI: 0920012083

Overview of the WELL Building Standard, covering benefits, structure, and the certification process. This presentation will be provided by Alicia Ravetto, WELL AP, LEED Fellow, USGBC NC MLab member on the following dates/ locations: 2/1 AECOM Raleigh - 701 Corporate Center Dr #475, Raleigh, NC 27607 2/7 LS3P Raleigh - 434 Fayetteville Street, Suite 1700, Raleigh, NC 27601 TBD EYP Architecture & Engineering 811 West Hargett Street / Raleigh / NC 27603 TBD Duda Paine Architects 333 Liggett St, Durham, NC 27701 TBD Duke Integrative Medicine - Durham NC
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

Rating system: v4



The Introduction to the WELL Building Standard presentation provides an overview of the WELL Building Standard ideology, structure, and certification process. The medical basis for the concept categories is introduced along with design and construction strategies to create healthy buildings. The time has come to elevate human health and comfort to the forefront of building practices and reinvent buildings that are not only better for the planet—but also for people. This presentation will introduce how to do this using the WELL Building Standard as the framework.


  1. 1. Articulate the financial, societal, and environmental benefits of WELL certification 2. Identify the role of the International Well Building Institute and the WELL Building Standard
  2. 3. Recognize the structure of the WELL Building Standard
  3. 4. Explain the 7 concepts of the WELL Building standard, the strategies to achieve them, and the health impacts they address
  4. 5. Summarize the certification process of the WELL Building Standard

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USGBC North Carolina
Washington, DC
United States


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